Russell Fuller and Aasmah Mir with reaction to the Republic of Ireland's concluding World Cup Group E match against Saudi Arabia and a chance for listeners to comment. Plus a full roundup of the day's sports news and the chance for listeners to have their say on the state of the groups at the World Cup.
8.00-9.00 World Cup Interactive
Ray Stubbs takes calls and e-mails as he discusses the day's World Cup action with a select panel of footballing experts.
9.00-10.00 Any Sporting Questions?
Presented by John Inverdale at the Beivedere Club in Essex, where the Basildon District Society of Association Football Referees hosts another sporting debate between a live audience and a celebrity panel, which includes Premiership referee Andy D'Urso.
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